To Prevail: An American Strategy for the Campaign Against Terror available in Paperback
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Table of Contents
|2.||September 10, 2001: The Way We Were||11|
|3.||The Imperative to Prevail and the Nature of the Campaign||19|
|4.||The Changing Face of Terrorism||37|
|5.||Building and Sustaining a Coalition of Coalitions||51|
|6.||Improving Military Capabilities||65|
|7.||Intelligence: The Long Pole in the Tent||77|
|8.||Strengthening Law Enforcement Capabilities||91|
|9.||Strengthening Homeland Security||105|
|10.||The Economic Dimension: Attack and Defend||123|
|11.||Elevating Public Diplomacy||141|
|12.||Reviving Foreign Assistance||153|
|13.||Rebuilding Failed States: Test Case Afghanistan||167|
|The Middle East||197|
|15.||Globalization Goes to War||287|
|16.||To Prevail: Key Findings and Recommendations||297|
|Appendix A.||Selected Public Addresses on and after September 11, 2001||351|
|Appendix B.||Compendium of Major International Terrorist Organizations||375|
|About the Authors||397|
What People are Saying About This
Michele Flournoy and Kurt Campbell are two extremely gifted thinkers and analysts who have given us a book that is important reading for anyone who wishes to fully appreciate the nuances and complexities of the post-September 11 world.
:William Cohen, former Secretary of Defense and Chairman and CEO, The Cohen Group
A timely and thoughtful analysis of the threat of castastrophic terrorism and how America should respond. Every government official dealing with terrorism should read this book.
William J. Perry, former Secretary of Defense and Professor, Stanford University.
To Prevail is a great place to begin an understanding of the new world we face and America's role and responsibilities.
Brent Scowcroft, former national security adviser and president, Forum for International Policy
A comprehensive and authoritative guide to the long-term meaning of the terrorism chalenge for national security, with a wealth of practical recommendations about what can-and must-be done.
Ashton B. Carter, former assistant secretary of defense and professor, Harvard University.
A highly intelligent and readable book that comes at the right time. It asks the key questions, tackles the tough issues, and highlights the difficult choices ahead, while offering valuable conclusions and recommendations for policymaker and the public alike.
Sam Num, former U.S. senator and cochairman and CEO, Nuclear Threat Initiative.